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staff behind the (very full!) counter of the william davies store (queen and bay), The Jenks family store predates this by about 90 years, but you get the idea: a lot of products, not a lot of space. Old General Stores, Old Country Stores, Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Fosse Commune, Toronto Ontario Canada, Canadian History, The Old Days

What grocery stores used to look like in Toronto

Following the popularity of my vintage gas stations post of a few weeks back, my latest in my archival adventures involves another urban element wi...

Image detail for -The Great Depression in Toronto is perhaps best explored -- in fictional terms, at least -- by Hugh Garner in his classic novel, Cabbagetown. It's semi . Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto City, Canada Pictures, Toronto Photos, Haunted Places, Old City, City Streets, At Least

This is what Toronto looked like in the 1930s

Toronto of the 1930s was as photographically rich as it was economically poor. The stock market crash of 1929 had profound effect on Torontonians a...

Toronto - 299 Queen Street West in 1919 Toronto Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Scarborough Bluffs, Queen Street West, Toronto Photos, Union Station, Marketing, Landscape Photos, Back In The Day

What Queen West used to look like in Toronto

Queen West seems a natural street to knock off as I continue to fill in some of the more obvious gaps in our collection of historical photo posts. ...

the TTC (Toronto Transit Commission) - Neville and Queen Streetcar, 1947 'Red Rocket' Toronto, Ontario by Norman Stiff Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto City, Toronto Travel, Montreal Canada, Canadian Things, Canadian Facts, Nostalgia, Canada Eh, Canadian History

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Neville and Queen Streetcar, 1947 'Red Rocket' Toronto, Ontario by Norman Stiff

Playing hockey, WIlliam James family fonds, City of Toronto Archives. Women's Hockey, Hockey Girls, Hockey Room, Stars Hockey, Hockey Stuff, Soccer, Ontario, Ice Girls, Canadian History

Women playing hockey

Photographer: William James ca. 1912 City of Toronto Archives Fonds 1244 Item, 475

Streetcar to the CNE, Toronto, Canada, // leads to lots of old photos of Toronto. Toronto Travel, Toronto City, Westminster, Cities, Canadian Things, Nostalgia, Toronto Ontario Canada, Canada Holiday, Bonde

Streetcar to the CNE

Photographer: Eric Trussler 1961 City of Toronto Archives Series 648, File 93, Item 10

31 Amazing Pictures That Capture Emotional Moments of Soldiers and Their Kids During World War II ~ vintage everyday Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Canadian History, Jamaica, Toronto Photos, Equador, Bahamas, Army Love, Remembrance Day

This is what Toronto looked like in the 1940s

Toronto of the 1940s was a tale of two halves. The draining effects of the second world war kept the city in a state of austerity until 1945, when ...

Man pushing car Photographer: William James ca. 1900 Mann schiebt Auto Fotograf: William James Ca. Antique Photos, Vintage Pictures, Vintage Photographs, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Time Pictures, Auto Rolls Royce, Style Vintage, Vintage Cars

Man pushing car

Photographer: William James ca. 1900 City of Toronto Archives Fonds 1244, Item 2509

∴ Trios ∴ the three graces, sisters, & groups of 3 in art and vintage photos - Women playing hockey - Toronto, 1910 Roller Hockey, Women's Hockey, Ice Hockey Teams, Hockey Girls, Hockey Players, Hockey Stuff, Montreal Canadiens, Canadian History, Football

∴ Trios ∴ the three graces, sisters, & groups of 3 in art and vintage photos - Women playing hockey - Toronto, 1910

Brides think of finding the ideal wedding, but for this they require the most perfect wedding gown, with the bridesmaid's dresses complimenting the brides dress. These are a few tips on wedding dresses. Wedding Venues Toronto, Inexpensive Wedding Venues, Budget Wedding, Wedding Locations, Wedding Planning, Wedding Pics, Wedding Bride, Wedding Day, Wedding Dresses

A Vintage, Schoolhouse Wedding In Toronto | Weddingbells

This couple added fun touches like floral arrangements in lunch bags, chalkboard table numbers and book favours to play up their schoolhouse theme.

Some greasers at Queen & Bathurst, 1965 Thanks Vintage Toronto on FB. Photo taken by Barry Philp Feb. Greaser Guys, Greaser Style, Vintage Photography, Street Photography, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, 1920s, Rockabilly Fashion, Rockabilly Style

Vintage Toronto

Boys loitering at Bathurst and Queen Streets. Photo taken by Barry Philp Feb. 18, 1965. © Toronto Star -

Fun vintage style hand painted sign on cradled wood panel featuring the funny phrase If you think Im cute now, wait until you see me in my soccer Funny Sports Quotes, Hockey Quotes, Sport Quotes, Soccer Sayings, Goalie Quotes, Funny Quotes, Soccer Pro, Soccer Coaching, Kids Soccer

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12 x 12 Vintage hockey sign sports team wall art by bonnielecat, $50.00

The First Loblaws grocery store, 511 Yonge St., in 1910 Toronto,Ontario Photos Du, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Toronto Architecture, Canadian Things, Yonge Street, Toronto Ontario Canada, Canadian History, Department Store

What grocery stores used to look like in Toronto

Following the popularity of my vintage gas stations post of a few weeks back, my latest in my archival adventures involves another urban element wi...

I was lucky to have played there a few times ;-) Saw many shows there just before it closed. The legendary El Macombo Tavern (The Elmo) 464 Spadina Ave, Toronto. Home to great blues and rock bands, including the Stones. ~via Vintage Toronto, FB Toronto City, Toronto Canada, Rolling Stones, Vintage Neon Signs, Canadian History, Hades, Night Life, Ontario, Signage

The legendary El Macombo Tavern (The Elmo) 464 Spadina Ave, Toronto. Home to great blues and rock bands, including the Stones

CN Tower – Toronto, Canada - When They Were Young Iconic Buildings Under Construction Page 2 of 2 Best of Web Shrine Toronto Cn Tower, Toronto City, Downtown Toronto, Toronto Canada, Canada Eh, Torre Cn, Boxe Fight, Canadian Things, Toronto Photos

This is what Toronto looked like in the 1970s

The Toronto of the 1970s was, in the words of Anthony Astrachan, "a city that works." Unlike a number of major urban areas in the U.S., T...